ABBOTSFORD, B.C. - Max Reinhart scored twice and added an assist to lead the Abbotsford Heat to a 5-1 win over the Oklahoma City Barons in American Hockey League action Friday night. Reinhart had two second-period goals, while Corban Knight, Ben Hanowski and Josh Jooris each recorded a goal and an assist each. Ben Street chipped in with four helpers and Joni Ortio made 32 saves. Abbotsford (22-9-2) has now won consecutive games after losing three-straight. The Heat have 46 points, tied with Grand Rapids atop the Western Conference. C.J. Stretch scored for Oklahoma City (11-16-5), which is now just 1-5-1 in their past seven games. Richard Bachman made 14 stops, while Chet Pickard mopped up with seven saves through the final 28 minutes. The Heat got on the board at 4:04 of the first, just moments after they had a goal waved off due to goaltender interference. Hanowski executed a perfect power forward move, driving wide past two defenders, cut to the net and roofed the puck to give him 11 goals on the year. The Heat made it 2-0 on a power play at 9:42. Bachman made a great stop off Hanowskis one-timer attempt in the slot but Knight was at the side of the net to bury the rebound for his eighth of the season. The Barons looked poised to get on the board with six minutes to go in the first with an odd-man rush. But Ortio sprawled to stop Stretchs one-timer, one of 11 saves in the opening frame. The Heat built on their lead just 64 seconds into the second. Reinhart began the play with a great stretch pass to Jooris at the Barons blue-line. Jooris fed it down low to Street, who found Reinhart at the face-off dot. The Vancouver native beat Bachman shortside, top corner, for his sixth of the year. Reinhart scored his second of the game at 12:16. After Street sent in him on a breakaway, he faked a slapshot before beating Bachman five-hole. The Barons got on the board with a power-play goal at 6:10 of the third — the first shot of the period by either team. After the Heat failed to clear the puck, Andrew Miller quickly centred for Stretch who picked up his sixth of the season. Ortio shut the door from that point on, stopping the last 10 shots he faced, plus getting a little help when Miller hit the post on a late power play. Jooris rounded out the scoring, deking to his backhand to beat Pickard after getting a nifty feed from Reinhart at 16:33. The two teams face each other again Saturday night. cheap jerseys free shipping. Hill participated in the teams morning shootaround, which is part of the process of passing his concussion test. But doctors had not yet cleared Hill to play. cheap jerseys. The Nets got in some practice time and Johnsons staff looked over recent game film, adding some new plays to an offence that has struggled this season. http://www.cheapnfljerseysshopwholesale.com/. 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Price outpitched Jon Lester in a matchup of left-handed aces and the Rays broke a tie with the Red Sox for the worst record in baseball with a 3-2 win on Tuesday night. Boston fell to 2-9 while Houston, which began the day with an NL-worst 2-8 record, beat the Cubs 11-2. "Both starting pitchers were very good," Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon said. "I just love Davids tenacity. I really do. This is a young man with great stuff, but tenacity to make him great. He just kept coming after them." When he hit Kevin Youkilis with his 116th pitch of the night to put runners at first and second with two outs in the eighth, relievers Joel Peralta retired the next batter and Kyle Farnsworth pitched a perfect ninth inning for his second save of the season and 28th of his 14-year career. In the off-season, the Rays lost almost their entire bullpen -- Joaquin Benoit, Rafael Soriano, Dan Wheeler, Grant Balfour, Randy Choate and Lance Cormier. "Those guys shutting them down right there at the end, thats pretty good," Price said. "I feel comfortable with those guys going eight and nine, for sure." Tampa Bay, which romped 16-5 on Monday night, can complete a series sweep Wednesday night. Price (1-2) allowed five hits in 7 2-3 innings. He left with runners at first and second and Peralta ended the eighth by getting Jed Lowrie to fly out. Right-hander Farnsworth worked the ninth against three lefty pinch-hitters, striking out Jacoby Ellsbury and J.D. Drew and getting David Ortiz to fly to right. "Down in the bullpen I knew they were sitting on the bench," Farnsworth said, "so youve got to get ready for them." Lester (0-1) pitched well for his second straight outing but remained winless. He pitched seven shutout innings in his previous start, but the Cleveland Indians won 1-0 when Daniel Bard allowed a run on a suicide squeeze in the eighth. "We were facing one of the better guys in the league tonight, just like they were," Boston manager Terry Francona said. "We didnt go into the game thinking we were going to knock him around the ballpark." What must the Red Sox do to turn their season around? "We need a night like they had last night," Lester said. "We need a night where we show up and just pound the baseball and we ddo everything right.dddddddddddd ... Were just not putting everything together. One night its the pitching. One night its the hitting. Some nights its both. Nothing right now is clicking for us." The Red Sox took a 1-0 lead in the third on Darnell McDonalds first homer of the season. Tampa Bay scored three times in the fifth. Sam Fuld, who had two doubles, a triple and a homer the previous day, drove in the Rays first run with a dribbler down the first base line. The Rays had loaded the bases with one out on singles by Kelly Shoppach, Dan Johnson and Elliott Johnson. Fuld then hit the ball to first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, who charged it and threw to catcher Jason Varitek for an attempted forceout. But umpire Jeff Nelson ruled that Shoppach had slid in safely before the catch. Johnny Damon followed with a two-run double before B.J. Upton grounded into an inning-ending double play. Boston began the season as a popular choice to win the World Series after adding Gonzalez in a trade with San Diego and signing Carl Crawford as a free agent from Tampa Bay. Crawford has struggled all season and Gonzalez went 0 for 4 in this latest loss. The Red Sox had been outhomered 21-5 this season before McDonalds long drive to left. Boston scored once in the sixth and left the potential tying run on at second base. Dustin Pedroia led off with a double, took third on Gonzalezs groundout -- it was a hard liner that caromed off Prices upper thigh -- and scored on Lowries second double of the game, making it 3-2. But Mike Cameron was retired on a hard grounder to third baseman Felipe Lopez. Price retired the side in order in the seventh and got Crawford to fly out to start the eighth. Pedroia walked and took second on Gonzalezs groundout before Kevin Youkilis was hit by Prices last pitch of the game. Lowrie, who had been Bostons most productive hitter during the game, flied out to Upton in centre. NOTES: Crawford, who spent the past nine seasons with the Rays, received his 2010 Gold Glove and Silver Slugger awards before the game. "Im glad were in town to see it because he did it as a Ray and thats pretty significant," Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon said. ... Lester is 3-7 with a 4.58 in his career in April and May and 58-19 with a 3.37 ERA after that. ... The game was the first between two teams that were 2-8 or worse through 10 games since April 30, 1918, when the Brooklyn Robins beat the Boston Braves at Ebbets Field. ' ' '